Alice SchubelePart-Time Instructor - Special Education Learning Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Florida State University, 1978
Maters of Education, Georgia State University, 1993
Specialist of Education, Georgia State University, 2000
Increasing reading achievement in children with mild and moderate disabilities
Increasing reading achievement in adjudicated youth (Project MARVEL)
Facilitator Project LIBERATE, Milledgeville Youth Center
Facilitator Positive Action, Rockdale County Regional Youth Detention Center
Alice Schubele is a part-time instructor in the Department of Learning Sciences. She has an undergraduate degree from Florida State University where she pursued a career in juvenile corrections.
Following a move to Atlanta, Schubele obtained a master’s degree in education at Georgia State University with a concentration in special education.
She originally taught in elementary schools working with the Mild Intellectual Disabled (MIID) population within the Atlanta Public Schools System. She then pursued a specialist degree in education with a concentration in special education and curriculum development at Georgia State.
She followed her passion for teaching – reading through research associated with the degree investigating increasing reading achievement in children with mild and moderate disabilities.
Schuble has taught numerous and various classes on special education for Georgia State at the College of Education & Human Development since 2002. She also participated in several research projects with Georgia State and the University of Alabama that involved youths in the juvenile justice system.
She once volunteered with the North American Indian Alliance in Butte, Montana, and with refugees from several nations in Clarkston, Ga. and is currently involved in the dance community as both a teacher and a student.